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SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 16th February 2016
COMPLETED ON 18th February 2016
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Weather Symbolism in Kate Chopin's short story "The Storm"

-900-1100 words in length -Contain minimum 2 secondary research sources -Must have "Requirements for Essays" (University of Saskatchewan) Can give link to it. -has to be done by February 9th, 2016
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